Bush is getting creative to celebrate their new album, The Kingdom. On Tuesday (July 14), the rock band announced they will be throwing a virtual arena show to mark the release of the forthcoming LP.
The one-night-only concert event will take place Saturday (July 18), beginning at 9:00 p.m. ET/ 6:00 p.m. PT, where the band will be streaming live from Los Angeles on their official website. During the show, fans will receive a special discount when purchasing Bush’s eighth full-length studio set in both its digital and physical forms, as well as two non-album bonus track exclusives.
Fifty cents from every album sold during the livestream will be donated to voting registration nonprofit When We All Vote in an effort to increase fans’ civic engagement. In addition, frontman Gavin Rossdale and Co. have also committed to matching the total amount of donations by fans during the exclusive event.
Preceded by lead single “Flowers On A Grave” and “Bullet Holes” — the band’s contribution to the John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum soundtrack — The Kingdom is set for release Friday (July 17) via Zuma Rock Records/BMG.